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Put them back on track
With the Right to Education Bill being passed by the Parliament, education now becomes a fundamental right. But what about the needs of those who have dropped out of the school system?
Interview


BOOK TALK
‘I’m a happy feminist’
Award-winning author Chimamanda Adichie discusses her fiction and her approach to her writing in an e-mail interview.


Arts & Crafts


ART
His own reality
Well into his eighties, artist Serbjeet Singh continues to transmute paints into a transcendental presentation as is evident in his recent Himalayan canvases, says noted travel writer and author


Book Review


CRAFT
Woven dreams
The lives of artisans and the intricate processes of their craft are well documented.


Fashion


TRENDS
Dress for the rains
Enjoy the monsoon showers without worrying about your clothes.



FASHION QUOTIENT
When Bollywood beckons
A chat with designer Narendra Kumar as he shifts focus from the ramp to films.


Travel


ROUNDABOUT
Escape to serenity
A home stay at a green refuge in Thippanahalli leaves behind comfortable and contented memories.


TIME OUT
On a jumbo trail
The Sakrebayalu Elephant camp in Shimoga is a refreshing change from the regular tourist hotspot.


Issues


MY TAKE
Collective anguish
Anyone who decides to fight discrimination on religious grounds faces the wrath of fringe groups, like Emraan Hashmi recently did. Why, asks well known director Mahesh Bhatt


FOCUS
It’s time to act
India’s massive population base, a threat to sustainable development, demands immediate attention.


Columns

THE SHRINKING UNIVERSE
By Vijay Nagaswami
Teenager in love: heady indeed

THE OTHER HALF
By Kalpana Sharma
Power dressing

CAMBRIDGE LETTER
By Bill Kirkman
Playing with the weather



Tribute


TRIBUTE
Adieu gracious queen
Remembering chance encounters with the beautiful Gayatri Devi of Jaipur.


Health


HEALTHWATCH
When the body attacks itself
Though the course of Multiple Sclerosis cannot be accurately predicted, early treatment has substantial benefits for the patient.


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